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Walter Scott
Koyama Press
Artists' Books
Canadian, Illustration, Comic, Graphic Novel

A continuing comic book series; the fictional narrative of a young woman living in an urban centre, whose dreams of contemporary art stardom are perpetually derailed by the temptations of punk music, drugs, alcohol, parties, and boys.

  1. Wendy

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